Outside air is seeping steadily into an apartment in Japan with no resistance from its walls.
The apartment walls struggle to defend against air and sound, but serve as an excellent visual obstruction.
“The cold air just comes right in without even touching the sides,” says local apartment resident Koru Dou.
“When it comes to optical protection though, my walls are second to none.”
Air in Japan is widely known to have far superior qualities to air existing in gaikoku.
“The amazing strength of Japanese air allows it to penetrate my walls which are almost one-centimeter in thickness,” says Dou.
Japanese walls are also said to keep the roof from falling down.